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    na1g
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    Olsensan, for the $8 they get to cross the George Washington, they can afford to toss you a freebee.

    Don't know about NY's EZPass, but here in MA we have "FastLane" (same thing) and they give us 3M DualLock to stick the transponder on. Works great for a radar detector, too.

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    Yup, that is what I am talking about. Rather than go accross the bridge, I'll just let them know and I'll do a U turn.

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    http://www.bmrproducts.com/index.php

    I have this shelf for mounting my Escort and Zumo.

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    3M's Duo Lock is the best stuff for that application. You can get it by the foot at West Marine, or other Marine Supply Stores. I got what I consider to be a lifetime supply on eBay for like $15 bucks. I still have a bag of the stuff waiting for my next "great idea"

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    DuoLock needs to be refreshed once in awhile if you use it out in the weather. I did lose a toll pass when it failed.
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    Cruisader

    I bought the Cruiseader which had a bracket. It is mounted on my accessory shelf. The rear antennae is mounted between my fender and system case. It has saved me numerous times.
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    Be aware there are 3 different dual-lock strengths, and you can mix and match too. There is a BIG difference between then, as to removal strengty and "wiggle" factor when engaged.

    http://youtu.be/JU33xkfagAc

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    On my 07' GT I use a techmount with a Motobox from cyclenutz. When it's fair weather and commuting to work I leave the box top off and remove the detector For longer trips it'll have to stay put until I get there, I do keep a allen key in my tank bag and can remove the whole thing fairly readily.
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